First David C. Smith Safety Third Award Presented for Construction Accident in Florida There are plenty of ways to get injured on the job. Construction accidents, sadly, happen every day. One of the more common injuries, particularly around saws, is to lose a finger. Removing safety features on a table saw will do it. So […]
We came across Fenix when we saw their ad in a magazine. The light that they were promoting looked promising. When I took a closer look at their website, I realized that the lights they are producing are not the ones you’re going to find at your local Wal-Mart. They are producing lights with the […]
Today is a sad day. I have finally given up on flying out to California to go take a look at the new Lowe’s robots and feature them on Safety Third. No amount of pleading and following Clint around on my knees could convince him that I should fly out just to take a selfie […]
I get safety, I really do. I remember at a previous job of mine coming across a man known as Steve Chopatoe. How did he get it? He was out mowing around the facility and well, chopped his toe. Had he been wearing steel toe boots or shoes, he might still have that big toe. […]
Nail Guns Have So Much More Potential! Come on, we all thought the same thing when we first heard the term “nail gun” – it’s a gun that shoots nails… SWEET! Then when we finally got our hands on one, it was a complete disappointment. You couldn’t actually shoot nails. You had to pull down […]
This Christmas, what I really regret is not buying my wife this $130,000 world’s most expensive toilet for her enjoyment. I mean, if you’re really going to demonstrate the maximum effect of a bling-centric life, how could you possibly pass up the opportunity to sit upon a crystal-studded throne from Lixil to do your business? How can you […]
Makita likes boobies. I can’t blame them, but the company recently let out a new pink drill for breast cancer awareness in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. The drill, which is basically a pink version of their popular 12V Li-ion FD02W Drill/Driver, comes as you’d expect with a 1.3Ah Li-ion battery, 30 minute fast charger, […]
From all of us here at Pro Tool Reviews, we’d like to wish you a very happy April Fool’s Day!
Anyone who has used a table saw for any period of time is aware, to some extent at least, of the SawStop table saw and the various legal and patent issues surrounding the existence of a fairly new safety mechanism that promises (and in a large way follows through on) a system to provide unheard of safety with respect to the use of an electric saw. This week, a man who was cut by a miter saw says Robert Bosch Tool Corp. “colluded with its competitors” and lobbied the Consumer Protection Safety Commission to keep “flesh detection and braking technology” from being required on table saws. We beg to differ.